It depends on a lot of factors, but it can vary depending on the project. You could very easily be making more money than you’re making at home, but I’m not sure about that.
“You could make a good film as a freelance filmmaker, which I like. It could be very expensive for you to be able to do that and make that much money out of it. But it’s also a way to work, and you can take time off and it’s all still in an industry where you’re expected to make a good film.”
You’re no stranger to making indie films and a few of the more recent have earned awards attention. Why did you decide to take on this bigger and more mainstream role?
“I started this career because I wanted to take a break from filmmaking and do TV and music. I never thought I’d go the full way from working on TV and writing songs to doing movies.”
There are rumors that you’ll be directing next year’s Spider-Man: Homecoming and you were already a fan of the comic. How do you feel about that?
“I’m always open to adaptations of comic books. This one, especially, I thought was really good! You know, the fact they went and gave Peter Parker a kid and the fact that they did it in the ’90s and went out with it and they’re doing it again and it all seems like they’re trying their hardest to do something that feels true.”
Your upcoming projects include “The Devil Wears Prada” opposite Nicole Kidman, and director Jeff Nichols’ “Doubt,” which has received positive reviews. How much of that is an audition for a part or directing for Nichols, and how much of it is you?
“The audition was good. I’ve only done one movie and it was just like, I don’t know how good or bad or not. And when I read they were like, yeah, yeah, yeah, that’s me, right. And I was like, well I can’t wait! But it was a great experience. I’m a huge fan of that show, and I think it’s a great show, and I love the cast. And it’s such a great movie! I can’t wait to see that. It’s really fun.”
The Devil Wears Prada plays in December. You have a film in the works. What’s it about that’s different from your previous work?
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